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I had to call an electrician after trying what has been proposed in the thread (thanks to all). It turned out to be an error with how the wires were installed in the electrical panel. Took just a few minutes to repair.
How about binder clips and small individual magnets? Or, you can just use the binder clips to the edge of the roof.
If there is no GFCI on the outside outlet it likely is chained off of a GFCI outlet inside. The first thing to look for would be any other outlets inside, probably but not necessarily near where the outside wire enters the building. There may instead be just a GFCI (without the outlets) somewhere inside.
I have been installing on average 10 new heat pump systems per year for the last 25 years. Every year there seems to be one customer that likes to stand next to their new heat pump when it is 40 degrees Fahrenheit and raining. Yes, when it is heating your home by removing heat from the air outside it will begin to build ice up on the coils. This is normal ...
Simple rectifier is 4 diodes one from each AC line to the positive input of the LED and two from the negative output of the LED to each of the AC lines. (4) 1N4007 diodes will do just fine for this. Just wire two up together on one end and the other two the opposite way like and in and out Y and attach to each end of the diode(s) the other ends mate up ...
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